A lot of EUR negative news this weekend, but my experience tells me that when the news gets to negative a reversal is close...so i don't trust the fx this week..my EUR/CAD sl is on be so I don't risk anything..
Beware of big reversals in EUR/$, I wouldn't be surprised to see a lot of profit taking and a big short squeeze very soon, altough we all hope it will get to 1.18-1.15 before that happens ;)
Hi Mino, eur/cad is one of a few trades that I did nt take unfortunately when signal happened. I take them all now. so far the trend is going so I am going to stay with it as long as it lasts. Profit taking is of no importance I am ready to stay in trades even if they go to 0 pips as long as trend is still in the same direction. so far not so bad. looking for few more pairs to take trades.
You use a cross of the 7 and 21 EMAs on the Daily chart to identify a signal?
Honestly I dont know what to do now, one part of me sees the EUR disaster but the other part tells me that a short sqeeze is comming before the end of the week..this translated into taking partly profits on the EUR/CAD and selling the EUR/$ at 1.2085 (too low I know) and than selling back the EUR/CAD :p...the $/CAD is in a downward channel and will soon hit the above resistance line so that will be the moment to add to a EUR/CAD SHORT
It is EMA 25 and 7. You simply trade medium term hence you are right for your time frame, but I trade longer term hence I should stay put. Weekly , monthly results do not matter., my goal is to get on big trends and run them and collect working tardes. actually had not I closed so much of my older positions I would have had a lot of floating equity.,enough to cover losses and for some profit. lesson learned
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